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Published on Feb 17, 2014
Finnish architect Marco Casagrande and Alaskan sculptor Martin Ross, together with Tamkang University (Taiwan) department of architecture students, created 8 Trojan Rocking Horses to attack Taipei City. During the offensive campaign to gain control of the city the Taipei, citizens wrote down their dreams and wishes and placed them into the welded steel horses approaching the city center to eventually siege the Taipei City Hall. The campaign culminated in delivering Mayor Ma Ying-jeou the keys of his city - the citizen data in the belly of the horses. The work became a direct cross disciplinary action according to Fritz Lang's maxim: "the mediator between the head and the hands must be the heart".